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Will World War Z 2 exist? Here is the news of the sequel with Brad Pitt

World War Z 2 will end? Here newsletter On the sequel From the 2013 film with Brad Pitt based on the novel of the same name by Max Brooks.

Will World War Z 2 exist?

World War Z 2 will end? Here newsletter On the sequel From the 2013 film with Brad Pitt based on the novel of the same name by Max Brooks. About three years ago, news broke of the cancellation of World War Z 2, the sequel to the critically acclaimed zombie movie. World War Z, Marc Forster was released in 2013 and grossed $540 million in the box! This convinced the producers and Paramount Pictures to plan a sequel. So, the news of the cancellation was a real surprise! what happened after that?

David Fincher was set to direct World War Z 2, Dennis Kelly was in charge of the script while Eric Barba, Tron: Legacy’s visual effects supervisor, was hired to take care of the film’s special effects. Brad Pitt himself and Mireille Enos, the protagonists of the first film, said they are excited to return to killing the zombie hordes in the second part. Then cancel. “We were all ready to go. We had a fincher, we had a nice script and then nothing happened.” “It is a pity that it was not done. The first was beautiful,” male diverse Mireille Enos. It is clear that the actress, who played Karen Lane, the wife of the hero, like many, did not expect the sudden cancellation of the film. Brad Pitt has never publicly stated himself about canceling the film, only confirming his participation in the cast of World War Z 2, both as an actor and as a producer.

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Final cancellation?

One of the film’s producers, Jeremy Kleiner, is the reason that despite the film’s cancellation, many believe World War Z 2 will happen. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter At the beginning of the year, Kleiner raised the hopes of fans. “Maybe one day. We love Max Brooks’ book. We love the universe in the book. We don’t feel like the World War Z story is over and we’ve moved on.”